Norman F. Lacey agement information to the nation's airlines every day 1916-1990 until his retirement in October of 1987. He is survived by his wife of 44 years, Jane Nelms Norman Fairbank Lacey of Mendham, New Jersey, Lacey, as well as three sisters, Anne Lacey Holden of died quietly at home on Sunday, 16 September 1990, Carbondale, Colorado, Caroline Rice of Paxton, after a long illness. He was 74 years old and resided Massachusetts, and Charlotte MacLean of Edina, in Mendham for 33 years. Minnesota. Also surviving are three children, John F. Lacey was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in Lacey of Darien, Connecticut, Nancy Anderson of 1916, the son of Edward Norman Lacey, a District Washington, New Jersey, and Jeffrey W. Lacey of Court Judge in Boston, and Katherine Woods Lacey, Essex, Connecticut, and a granddaughter, Morgan a Boston School Board member. McBride Lacey.—John F. Lacey Having graduated from Deerfield Academy in 1935, he completed his bachelor's degree at Amherst Col- Patrick Squires lege with a major in mathematics in 1939. In anticipa- 1914-1990 tion of the conflict in Europe, he enrolled at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and became Patrick Squires, one of the pioneering giants of cloud
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